Very nice park about 5 miles from town. No cable or Wi-Fi and very limited cell service. This is too bad as this is a great park to stay in. Full hookups available on gravel lots with plenty of shade or open for satellite. People are very friendly in the office and go out of their way to accommodate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Cereland was formerly a private park that is now open to the public. The campground is very well maintained and is adjacent to the Softball Park and Fitness Center. The park is south/southeast of Columbus in a wooded setting. The sites are wide and easily accessible. While they do not offer WI-FI, we found both 3G (Verizon) and 3G & 4G (AT&T) service was good in the park. The park is beautiful in the fall complimenting the south Indiana countryside. They do not accept reservations, everything is first come – first serve, but we had no problem getting a site in October. Limited laundry facility (2 Washers and 4 Dryers) but was adequate for a quick uniform wash/dry. We couldn’t find a place in the park to purchase wood, but was referred to Lowe's about 9 minutes away which we picked up on a trip into Columbus. We highly recommend this park. One note, the water & electric box is at the back of the site, so an extension may be necessary. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Large spacious sites. Most are fairly level, some can be a challenge. Many sites now have full hook-ups, incl sewer. More amenities than can be listed. Policies allow non-members to stay and use facilities. Not listed in campground directories, so you need the phone number. A great spot for a night or a week. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice recreation area just southeast of Columbus. Lots of activities in the summer. Campground needs updating. Bathrooms and showers are old. Too many low hanging trees. Saw lots of big rig motor homes scratching their sides and tops pulling into sites and turning corners. The new overflow area is treeless; however, the entrance is full of low trees. Would rate this park a 9 if the trees were trimmed. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is beautiful and very family friendly. Park was clean, did not get to check restroom facilities so do not know what their condition was. Check in was easy but person did not have a map for directions to site which made it a little confusing. Utilities were not located conveniently. If you have a roof mount Sat dish there is no reception due to a lot of trees. I would camp here again if need be. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Needs some improvement in the campground area, such as trimming trees and leveling of some of the campsites. Pets are only allowed in the main campground area and not around the lake and the rest of the recreation area. Cummings has opened the campground to FMCA and Good Sam and is hoping for more usage. Very busy during weekends and impossible to get in during holidays due to company events. There is a gun range in the campground which can be frightening for pets. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were there with a group and had group rates. Not many sites where a satellite will work due to all the trees. Nice campground and helpful friendly workers. May be a membership only campground, we are not sure however we would stay there again is we could. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a recreation area and great for the kids. Pool with a separate water play area for younger kids, fitness center, miniature golf, paddle boats, shooting range. driving range, volley ball courts, soccer and ball fields. This isn't really a nature experience. We did not stay lakeside (no sewer over there). Only sites 158-241 have sewer hookup, but there is a dump station. Most of the sites are laid out in block streets, fairly level and back in only. Hookups are at the back of gravel pads so bring 50ft of hose. There is a camp ground map on their website. Phone 888-SEE-CERA We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
My family enjoyed our stay at the facility. The staff was very accommodating and allowed us to change sites when a different site opened up without hesitation. The pools were a great relief from the heat and the kids enjoyed them. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park and well managed. The managers are really nice people and very hospitable. The pool is really clean and well kept. It is very quiet at night and there is no traffic noise from I-65, but very convenient to I-65. The restrooms and laundry are immaculate. Columbus is a nice town to visit. We will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Visited park in 40' motorhome. Park is private park that allows Cummins employees, Good Sam members and owners of coaches with Cummins engines. This is a huge resort that is very family oriented. There is every outside activity imaginable. Campground starts on edge of small lake and goes back into a treed park like setting. Unfortunately for a big rig much tree trimming is needed. Staff was friendly & allowed us to pick a site on edge of trees that was satellite friendly. Main roads are paved with side roads gravel. Sites are gravel & wide enough for any size rig with any number of slides. The problem is backing into a site without running over the grass due to trees and narrow roads. The utilities are modern, but the water & electricity is located at back of site which necessitates long electrical cords & hoses. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoy this park because it is within a couple hours of our home and is always clean. It is a private park for Cummins Engine employees and families, but it accepts Good Sam members. They have lots of amenities: miniature golf, peddle boats, pond for fishing, go kart track, skeet and trap shooting, range shooting, soccer fields and baseball diamonds as well as a fitness center. This park is on SR9, just South of Hope, IN. It doesn't see much transient traffic because it is away from any interstate. If you are within, say, a four-hour drive, we'd recommend it for a great weekend get-a-way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a Foertravel Grandvention here with over 100 motorhomes in attendance and we did not even make a dent in the number of sites used. The facilities are amazing and the the people very friendly. They have shooting range, driving range, playground, lake and paddle boats and full service gym. The gym is not air conditioned except for the office area. You need to have a cummins engine product, be a member of FMCA or Good Sams and they have to have room too. It is one of the nicest campgrounds we have stayed in in all of our years. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is owned by the employees not Cummins as stated above. The name stands for Cummins Employee Recreation Association and Land which was purchased using profits from use of vending machines in plants when Cummins employed over 5000 employees in Columbus during the late 60's and beyond. It is an excellent facility which I used with my children when I was an employee (30 years ago) and do so all most every year now. I hold rallies here occassionally as well; all base upon space available regulatiions in effect. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This a very nice park for Cummins employees and family's. You can stay here if you have a Cummins engine, FMCA membership, or a good Sam's card, and park has room for you. The park is 312 acres and beautiful. Park has large lake, soft ball park, golf driving range, large pool, tennis courts, mini golf, trap skeet range, and archery range. No noise here at night. We camped here in a camper.
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The nicest RV park I've stayed in so far. Owned by Cummins Engine company for its employees, but if your RV uses a Cummins engine, you may camp there. RV'ers with pets are segregated from those without pets, keeping both groups happier. We camped here in a camper.
Expensive for those hookups with only water and electricity. Most sites are pull-through. Easy access from I-65. Gravel roads and sites, fairly level. Good electric and water pressure. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Shady, but sites are so close together the fire ring for our neighbors was under our slide. Very close to the interstate and very noisy. Nice folks in the office. Okay for overnight but not a great place to stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here for a few days to rest before continuing to the U.P. Access road to the campground is narrow but once inside the park the roads are wide. We had a large back-in site. Good utilities. Sewer hookup was high though and hard to flush the tanks well. Site was level. The back of the park has quite a few seasonal or permanent campers. Would be helpful if they cleaned them up a little. Would stay again for overnight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here as we were passing through. Not far off interstate which was nice. We were a late arrival and requested pull-through site ahead of time, but unfortunately they have very few pull through sites and we ended up with a back-in. There are many trees and maneuvering could be difficult if driving a big RV with a tow. All gravel sites. Did not see staff or use facilities. Many trees and well shaded so I'm not sure how the wifi would be. Overall, we were somewhat disappointed with the site we were given and it made for a difficult early morning backing in between trees. It would have been nice to get the pull-through we reserved. Campground in my opinion is OK for over-nite stay. We would probably not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really liked this campground. It was clean, quiet, and had well-spaced, gravel sites that were level. The design was good for navigating in a large rig. There was plenty of shade and woods are surrounding it with a path. We were able to get satellite reception. I did not use their WiFi, so can't comment. There was plenty of room to walk the dog, with a large field at the entrance. The rate reflects a GS discount. We would stay here again. Actually we wanted to stay longer but couldn't. We camped here in a motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All of the comments are true regarding the narrowness of the road leading to the park and how difficult it is to maneuver inside the park. It is heavily treed and satellite reception was not possible from our spot in the back of the park. However, over the air reception was very good with multiple stations. Many of the RVs in the park appear to be semi-permanent. There were only a few other transient RVs. The Wi-Fi was a joke. Signal strength was OK, but it would come and go: worse than none at all. When told about the problem, the RV park management was clueless. Most of the sites do not have a sewer connection. The campground has seen better days. We did not use the restrooms or showers. We would probably not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not really sure if my price per night was right. I love this park. We drove in with a 38' class A motor home pulling a Ford F150 and had no problem navigating the road in or the interior roads. Everything was spotless. The owners are nice! The park is quiet. The Wi-Fi was perfect. On our trip from FL to AK and back, this was one of the few spots that had great Wi-Fi with excellent streaming. We camped here in a Motorhome.
After reading previous reviews, this place surprised us. The roads were gravel, as was the camp site, well maintained with no pot holes. Rest rooms, showers were clean and well maintained, kids playground was very nice, modern and clean. Pool was clean and well maintained, host was friendly and although not there, as we arrived late, he was here early the next morning. Has some year round campers, interior roads are narrow. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The entry to the park is a one mile narrow road, paved, but barely wide enough for an RV and a car. The roads in the park are difficult to navigate. The sites for the overnight folks are far from level. The water pressure is good, and there is WiFi but the signal is weak. A small RV would probably be okay, but a a class A with a tow would be hard pressed to be satisfied. There are lots of trees, so it is difficult to get satellite reception unless you park in the open area in the front, which has 30 amp service and water only. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice little park conveniently located off I-65. Nice shaded pull through, very nice staff in office, well stocked campstore, nice pool. Bathrooms were spotless. Great place to overnight or stay a few days. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Shady and level gravel sites. The rate is for E+W. They also have a few full hookups but only a few. Even though it was a busy holiday weekend restrooms and laundry were very clean! The pool looked also nice and clean but we didn't use it. Wi-Fi (included) didn't work at the evening. Was ok the next morning. We arrived after office hours and found a prepared map outside with all the information. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Attractive well-shaded sites. Tall trees throughout the park. Turns within the park were difficult for our 39' 5th wheel because of tight spacing between trees. It would have been very easy to damage the RV. No pull-thru spaces were available. The back-in was difficult because of a utility pole and proximity to the office building. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fairly close together. Luckily the folks next to us were seasonal and did not arrive while we were there. Level sites with nice shade trees. Very nice owners that offered to shelter us when the tornado sirens sounded. No really secure spots to go but better than staying in the camper. Men's room showers were very difficult to use for the man of average height. Very low shower heads necessitated bending down to wash your hair! Showers need more ventilation to be comfortable. We would stay there again as the pluses outweighed the minuses. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This appears to be a nice, clean, family friendly park. Lots of kids, dogs and campfires. Wi-Fi was fine and satellite reception decent. There was some noise from nearby campers (most notably a very loud boom box car at 3:00 AM) but in general pretty quiet. We had a back in spot as it was the only 50 amp site available. We would stay again for an overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was clean with a lot of trees. It was easy to get to, and easy to get in and out of. The sites were gravel, but they all looked fairly level (I know ours was). We only stayed one night, but will stay there again in the future. The restrooms were very clean and looked to be fairly new. We had a pull-through site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed this park with its level gravel sites and beautiful grounds. The staff is super friendly and town is a few miles away. If you have a big rig, there are several large sites by the office. Wi-Fi, Sat. and cell phone all work fine here. The trees are turning color and the park is very nice and quiet. The store has supplies and the laundry room is cheap. The pool is closed now. We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great Park, the owners and staff were very friendly. They allowed us to "stage" a family / friend gathering at our site, since we traveled so far (Maryland). Trash was picked up several times a day and Restroom / showers were very clean and orderly. The only "downside" to this park is satellite reception, it's spotty due to the trees. However we will stay there again upon our return next year. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park for an overnight stay. If the park is full, it could be tight for a big rig as sites are close together. Rate reflects GS discount. TV reception was not the best. Very nice couple operate the park, and the pool looked clean. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
$31 is full rate. 10% discount for Good Sam, then add taxes and pay $30. We had a 50 amp pull though with water. As mentioned, it is clean and well run by a very nice couple who own this former KOA campground. Did not use the wi-fi; our Verizon broadband flew here. TV via batwing was good. Campground is more of an 8, but pricey so I gave it a 7. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nicely kept, older, wooded park. Layout was a little tight for larger rigs, but manageable. Price was a little high, but it was convenient to highway, quiet (only a little distant highway noise) and had reasonably good Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is heavily wooded and seems to be a weekend or summer place for nearby cities. Many seasonal sites, but most are well kept. The good: Lots of shade, trees are trimmed so nothing scrapes the top of coach. The sites are level and well graveled. Electric and water are fine. The bad: Lots of shade, no satellite reception. There is no cable TV system. Most sites have no sewer. No escort to site and trash in the fire ring. We would use this again for a one night stop, but nothing more. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Trees and more Trees, not a campground for the Satellite dishes, there are only a couple of sites they may work at. Clean older well kept campground, quiet and well managed. Good stop for overnight or a few days. Very quiet and restful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice over night stop. It is located not too far off I-65 between Indianapolis and Louisville. Lots of shade and clean restrooms. People are nice. Sites are level. We got a pull through and it was easy in and easy out. Some sites have full hook-ups; ours just had w/e. Quiet park. Had a pool and a small lake you could fish in. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice place for an overnight stop. We stayed the night after a severe storm with heavy rain had come through the area and park management was still working on the cleanup effort. The interior roads were a little tight for a big rig, but not so much as to be impossible. Overall a shady quiet park. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Heavily wooded park a short way off I-65. Some pull through sites available; a few will fit large rigs (though watch for trees). Turns inside CG can be a bit sharp. Very family-friendly; fishing pond, planned activities (weekends), pool, etc. Little road noise despite proximity to the interstate. Bathhouse & laundry were very clean, showers & fixtures fairly new, with massaging shower heads. A few seasonals but sites are kept reasonably neat. We really enjoyed this campground and would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was an overnight stop. They don't advertise big rig sites, but we were able to pull in a water/electric site and not unhook with a 37" fifth wheel. The owners stayed open late for us to arrive and were very nice. The rest rooms were very clean. We will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our first trip in our new fifth wheel. Park was very quiet and peaceful situated among many large trees. We arrived late and the trees were a little intimidating to a novice driver. The site was spacious and the area clean. The owners are very friendly and helpful. Roads are smooth gravel and well marked. This was the best revied park for our trip to Indy. We chose this campground based on the other positive reviews. Many other facilities on the way received sub standard ratings on this site. We do not regret our choice to go our of our way to stay here and we would camp there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at this campground twice before for a few days each time. This year we stayed for a month. The laundry and restroom/showers were very clean and neat. The Wi-Fi was easy to access and very fast. There are some seasonal rigs at the back of the campground, but they are all in good condition. The owners live on the property and are very nice and helpful. We will stay here again if we are on I-65 in Indiana. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Have stayed here extensively and will stay again. Owners are very friendly and helpful, park is squeaky clean and well maintained. Many visitors are "regulars," and have good manners. Lots of trees, large pond with good fishing, clean swimming pool with high quality alternative chemicals (not heavy chlorine), playground equipment, hay rides, events, etc. One of the owners loves to cook, and there are free goodies every Saturday night. It's a fun, clean, well-run, and attractive park with good security. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Fairly nice campground that we found that we had stayed before - - - - priced a little too high for our liking. Will probably not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They say they are accessible for big rigs, and it's true, we did get in, but we brought several tree branches along with us!! We don't fit in the site they gave us, so we are partially blocking the road. The turns are extremely tight for us, take warning if you have a 40' or longer motorhome, don't try this one. They did not have full hookups. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Camped the weekend before Halloween. Resort had activities for the kids. Friendly staff. Wooded sites. Close to highway, but did not notice road noise. Nashville, In short ride away. Great town for shops, etc. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I find it hard to believe no-one has mentioned the noise here. This campground is just a few hundred feet south of an industrial park, with a thin strip of woods intervening. We stayed here on a Monday and Tuesday night; Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, the racket from the warehouses just to the north was incessant, with the beep-beep-beep of trucks backing up, hammering which sounded like dumpsters being emptied and slammed back into place, and the like. It may be that the noise is bad only on the north side of the campground. In any case, we don't intend to come here again, except possibly on a weekend. Also, as others mentioned, the owners are often hard to get hold of. Otherwise, though, it was a nice campground--pity about the noise. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The staff is very friendly and accommodating. Clean facilities. We had no problem getting a pull-thru big rig site. Could not get satellite because of the large beautiful trees. Rated 8 because there were some untidy RV-occupied sites (possibly permanent types). We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects monthly rate for a two week stay. If you don't have a Cummins engine and need to stay more than a couple of days, this is the only game in the Columbus area. Don't plan on satellite service - you may get lucky, but this is a very wooded park, very quiet. Looks to be a lot of long-term residents. Owners are very friendly. Big rigs are best accommodated at the front of the park - negotiating the narrow, winding tree-lined roads deeper in is a challenge. As stated, common areas are immaculate. We'll stay here again, but also wish we had more choices. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground. We camped in one of the pull-thru sites; our daughter and some friends camped in tents across the street. Our grandkids loved the trail. Very nice pool, extremely clean showers, etc. We will go again!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Overnight stop for us. Had nice level sites with shade. Nice campground with clean, modern restrooms. Our children enjoyed the pool and I found their laundry facilities inexpensive and well-maintained. Although we did not have much contact with staff they were friendly and helpful when necessary. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground. Staff was very, very friendly. Bathrooms and showers are probabaly cleaner than your own home. All the sights are level and shaded. Sites have picnic table and firepit rings. Camp store was nice along with big screen tv, pool table and games for kids. Play center for kids along with Saturday night hay rides. Campground was clean and has a nice pool. Nice and quiet place. If you like rowdy and loud people, need not to stay here. Would stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed for a stop over, We pulled in about 9pm and say that you don't want to come after dark as it really full of trees. Great for the day time as all sites appeared to be well shaded. Not sure on Wi-Fi as we don't use although the owners said they had it available. The bathrooms/shower house were very clean and air conditioned. They even had music piped in you could hear. Roads could be tight for the big rigs although we saw several in with toads while we were there.There were plenty of pull thru sites Theres is a lake and playground centrally located.The office/store seemed to be clean & stocked. Park is close to the interstate but far enough away we couldn't hear road noise overnight. I can say that we would camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Well-wooded campground with lots of shade. If you need satellite access, you'll need to pick your site carefully. On-site owners are friendly and professional. Interior roads are a bit tight for really big rigs. Several seasonal residents. Good off-air TV from both Indianapolis and Louisville. Wife says the laundry is the best value she's found. Wi-Fi is on the way, says the owner. The satellite internet is up and running and he's working now on the router and antennas. We'll stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent 8 days here in May while visiting our son and his family. The only time I was able to speak directly with a person with the campground was when checking in. Every time I went to the campground store there was a sign that they would be back soon. I finally was able to get a person on the phone to ask a question about available mechanical repair but they didn"t have any Ideas. Although they have a small store it was either closed early or the sign was up that they would be back. This place is a campground not a resort. Lots of seasonal spaces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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We stayed here one night on our way south. Even though there was no one in the office when we pulled in, there was a night registration. In the morning, the friendly owner asked for a reduced rate because we just spent an overnight. We would stop here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park. Stayed here in 2003 and again this year. Internet modem was not working during our stay. The city of Columbus Indiana is very interesting and we would recommend taking the architecture tour offered by the Camber of Commerce. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Level wooded sites that accommodate all sizes of RVs. Very nice owners. Weekend activities for the family. Lake for fishing. Playground equipment and basketball goal. Very clean restrooms. Ice, firewood, propane, and groceries available. Recreation room with TV. Right off the highway, but still secluded. Close to Nashville, Indiana. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.